Government has enough funds for victims in Zambo
The Aquino administration assures everyone that it has enough funds and resources to help the more than one hundred thousand residents of Zamboanga City.
According to Presidential Spokesman Sec. Edwin Lacierda, Chavakanos shouldn’t worry because the government is ready and able to assist them in rebuilding their lives.
Lacierda mentioned that the Department of Social Welfare and Development is taking charge in providing assistance to the thousands of families who are caught in the middle of the current standoff between the forces of the military and the rebel group Moro National Liberation Front.
President Benigno Aquino III knows the gravity of the situation in Zamboanga City left by the explosions and constant exchanging of fires between the two groups.
Meanwhile, Malacanang is waiting for the local government’s assessment on how massive the damage is in the said city. (Judie Anne Abejero)
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